Wednesday, April 20, 2011


Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA) is pleased to announce the winning titles for the 2011 Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award. Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award honors books produced by small publishers each year for outstanding contribution to Christian life. Book lovers and retailers selling Christian products voted on the nominated titles in each of eight categories.

The winners in each of the eight categories are:


The Master�s Wall, Sandi Rog, DeWard Publishing Company, 978-1-936341-02-3

Christian Living

Why God Matters: How to Recognize Him in Daily Life, Karina Lumbert Fabian & Deacon Steven Lumbert, Tribute Books, 978-0-9822565-3-4

Bible Study / Theology

Real Mothers: A Bible study about Mothers for Mothers, Joyce Long, CrossLink Publishing, 978-0-9816983-4-2


I Can See the Shore: Growing Up Yanomamo Today, Mike Dawson, Grace Acres Press, 978-1-60265-030-5

Relationships / Family

Raising Real Men: Surviving, Teaching, and Appreciating Boys, Hal & Melanie Young, Great Waters Press, 978-0-9841443-0-3

Children�s (age 4 to 8)

With My Rifle By My Side: A Second Amendment Lesson, Kimberly Simac, author; Donna Goeddaeus, illustrator; Nordskog Publishing, 978-0-9827074-4-9

Children�s (age 8 to 12)

10 Things Every Kid Should Know About God, Tina V. Bryson, author; Mykle Lee, illustrator; Leeway Artisans, Inc., 978-0-9823349-4-2

Young Adult (age 12+)

The Awakening, Cliff Warden, Clifford Warden, 978-0-578-03205-4

The winning titles can be viewed at

The Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award is sponsored by Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA). A total of 72 titles were nominated from 48 publishers for the eight award categories.

CSPA represents and promotes small publishers in the Christian marketplace. CSPA represents a membership of around 100 small publishers producing materials for the Christian Marketplace. CSPA is a supplier member of CBA. For more information about Christian Small Publishers Association visit

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